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Issue 7, 2018
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Poly(ionic liquid) binders as ionic conductors and polymer electrolyte interfaces for enhanced electrochemical performance of water splitting electrodes

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Abstract

A poly(ionic liquid) (PIL) was used as a binder for NiCo oxide nanopowder in a water electrolysis standard assay to explore the role of polymers in a model electrocatalytic device. The comparison to technical standard binders such as Nafion™ or Fumion™ ionomers showed that the PIL improves the cycling stability under accelerated ageing conditions as well as the activity.

Graphical abstract: Poly(ionic liquid) binders as ionic conductors and polymer electrolyte interfaces for enhanced electrochemical performance of water splitting electrodes

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Submitted
06 Mar 2018
Accepted
27 Apr 2018
First published
03 May 2018

This article is Open Access

Sustainable Energy Fuels, 2018,2, 1446-1451
Article type
Communication

Poly(ionic liquid) binders as ionic conductors and polymer electrolyte interfaces for enhanced electrochemical performance of water splitting electrodes

I. Spanos, S. Neugebauer, R. Guterman, J. Yuan, R. Schlögl and M. Antonietti, Sustainable Energy Fuels, 2018, 2, 1446
DOI: 10.1039/C8SE00110C

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